25 Sep Tech View

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Nifty 8002
After flat opening Nifty has witnessed volatility throughout the day and finally ended with “Long Legged Doji” an uncertain candlestick pattern on daily chart. Daily momentum indicators are reading bearish where as hourly RSI has shown sign of recovery from lower level but over all chart structure remains jittery. Nifty intraday support placed at 7975 – 7955 levels and resistance placed at 8030 – 8055 levels.

Bank Nifty 15740
After negative opening Bank Nifty has maintained its earlier days, trend of lower lows lower highs and finally ended with “Long Black Candle” a bearish candlestick pattern on daily chart. Short term trend has been down and Bank Nifty has broken six months old upward slopping trend line support. Bank Nifty intraday support placed at 15680 – 15625 levels and resistance placed at 15800 – 15850 levels.

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